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Surgical Technology, Medical Terminology, Clean Room Experience

Location:
Wakefield, Massachusetts, 01880, United States
Posted:
October 14, 2016

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Richard K. Bray

Email: acw161@r.postjobfree.com- Phone: (781) ***-****

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EDUCATION:

Bryman Institute 1996-1998 / G.P.A. 3.92 – Surgical Technology Phoenix, AZ.

North Shore Community College 2011-2012 / G.P.A. 4.0 – E.K.G. Technician Danvers, MA.

North Shore Community College 2016-Current Paralegal Certificate Program Danvers, MA.

EXPERIENCE:

1999-Current SAG/AFTRA # 10219862

Film and Television

Major motion pictures and television. Various commercials.

Coaching and Training: Acting classes. Scene Study. On Camera Techniques.

Private Coach: Dosey Peabody

1998-1999

Surgical Technician Lynn Union Hospital Lynn, MA.

While in the hospital’s surgical suites I assisted the surgeons in surgical procedures having set up the instruments for the cases while observing sterile techniques I would anticipate the surgeon’s needs and hand them instruments. Kept suture, sponge and instrument counts during surgical cases. At times I was responsible to first assisting being responsible for opening cases and suturing, stapling shut the surgical sites and applying sterile bandages and steri-strips. Re-stocked the operating room picking areas. Sterilized various instruments as needed. I was the only technician who had a degree and was the one technician the doctors counted on to assist or scrub in on Radical Prostatectomies as they were four hour cases.

1990-1996 Melrose/ Wakefield Hospital Melrose, MA.

Pharmacy Technician/ Employee of the Month-May 1993

Part of my duties in the hospital’s Pharmacy Department was to work under a semi-sterile laminar flow hood to mix patient I.V.’s via injection per pharmacists and doctor’s orders. I tended the front window where I waited on in house requests for medications. Filled and entered prescriptions into the hospital database. Medication bins would be filled by myself via daily doctor and hospital report lists then delivered to each floor. I signed in Class 2 narcotics and kept daily counts on each floor of their narcotics inventories. Re-stocked the pharmacy daily. Fielded phone calls from doctors and floor nurses. Assisted the pharmacists at the bench daily.

1983-1990 Med-Chem Inc. Woburn, MA.

Clean Room Production

In this medical chemical production company I started out cleaning and sterilizing clean room equipment for use. After a couple of years I was promoted to Sterile Packaging Room Assistant Manager where I was responsible for conducting daily operations of micro inspection of medication filled surgical syringes., syringe labeling and sterile packaging. From there I made a lateral move into the clean room as a Production Technician where I worked as part of a team. We did salt mixtures, protein purifications and ultracentrifugation of the medical product of Amvisc and Hyvisc. This product was used both for human eye surgeries and race horse eye surgeries.

1982-1983 Stone Zoo Stoneham, MA.

Avian Keeper

Stone Zoo is a sanctuary and home for a variety of exotic animals. My duties there consisted of following a specific regimen of making avian (bird) diets that I was responsible for distributing to the birds in their avian environment and exhibits. I also cleaned and maintained the avian environment and exhibits. I assisted at times in the capture of other exotic animals within the zoo when needed. Daily journals were written. I was lauded as meticulous and conscientious of my daily duties.



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